Cranleigh Arts Centre

What's On

18 April 2014
Cranleigh RDA Group - Sponsored Ride
11 mile and 3 mile rides in aid of Cranleigh Riding for the Disabled
Location: Albury Heath / Farley Heath

Cranleigh Lions - The Great Easter Egg Hunt
For children aged 10 and under, to be accompanied by an adult. Free entry and parking, all donations welcome. Refreshments will be available.
Location: Showground

24 April 2014 7pm
Captain Mainwarings 1000km Challenge - Charity Sinatra Evening - Ticket Only Event
The great man himself has agreed to spend an evening at Restaurant 107 in Cranleigh singing his favourite Frank Sinatra songs, yes, you've guessed it, it is the legendary Jimmy Beecroft!! This is a ticket only event and tickets are limited so book early! The price is £30 per head which includes: A delicious 3 Course Meal A glass of bubbly on arrival And the wonderful dulcet tones of Jimmy Beecroft. Thursday 24th April 2014... In the words of Sinatra: "This is a lovely way to spend an evening Can't think of anything I'd rather do" Please continue to support this great cause. You can purchase tickets online here:
Location: Restaurant 107
Contact: Enquiries: James

01 May 2014 7am - 3.30pm
PD Fairs - Antique Collectors & Craft Fair
Refreshments available, free entry, many stalls, something for everyone.
Location: Village Hall
Contact: Enquiries: Paul McKay

02 May 2014 8pm - 10pm
Worbey & Farrell - A fun for all the family, Four Hands, One piano show
Worbey and Farrell are internationally acclaimed concert pianists with a wicked sense of humour. Combining musical thrills with a deep love of laughter, they have played with the world's leading symphony orchestras, achieved a million hits on YouTube, and entertained audiences all over the globe with their barnstorming blend of sparky comedy and utterly sensational piano-playing. "Incredible" Eamonn Holmes, ITV's This Morning Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell are much more than a traditional piano duet. Their instrument can imitate the tones of a Spanish guitar, resound with their very own Paganini Variations or pulsate with the passions of the masters of jazz. They perform everything from Rachmaninov's 18th Variation to Saint-Saens's Carnival of the Animals complete with their own verse. "Jaw dropping talent" Kate Copstick, The Scotsman for Edinburgh Festival This exuberant evening is suitable for every age and all musical tastes. Prepare to be moved, excited and amazed. But above all prepare to laugh with joy at the sheer ingenuity and style of these two masters of musical mayhem. "They effervesce...they made my day!" Suzy Klein, BBC Radio 3
Location: Cranleigh Arts Centre
Contact: Enquiries: Box Office: 01483 278000

03 May 2014 7.30pm
BPM, The Sanctions and Fake ID - Charity Concert in aid of the Lions
'BPM' and 'The Sanctions', together with 'Fake ID' are putting on a gig on Saturday 3rd May at the Cranleigh Village Hall. The band will play a selection of popular high energy dance tunes and Sanctions songs, with full support from another local band, Fake ID. Tickets are £7.00. Licensed Bar. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets available from Christian Reid, Seafare and Cromwells Coffee House in Cranleigh High Street. All proceeds will be given to the Cranleigh Lions. This will be our 6th annual fundraiser for the village.
Location: Village Hall
Contact: Enquiries: Tim Alcock

11am - 3pm
Cranleigh Arts Centre - Spring into Cranleigh
As part of the 'Spring into Cranleigh' initiative, Cranleigh Arts Centre will be throwing open its doors and encouraging you to come and see and celebrate all that it has to offer. There will be live demonstrations throughout the day as well as a whole host of children's activities including cartoons being shown in the auditorium. Come and discover the wide variety of events, workshops, shows and classes that Cranleigh Arts Centre has to offer. Refreshments are available in our retro 'Pop-Art' Café where you can sample homemade cakes and speciality Tea and Coffee. Not to be missed! FREE Entry
Location: Cranleigh Arts Centre

All day
Cranleigh Parish Council - Spring into Cranleigh
Great family activities in Cranleigh from 10am to 4pm
Location: Cranleigh
Contact: Enquiries: Gemma Radford

08 May 2014 7pm
Glebelands School - The Magic of Maths Science Show
Prepare to be amazed, baffled and entertained as Mathemagician Andrew Jeffrey demonstrates incredible magic tricks and explains the maths behind them. Suitable for all ages, the evening will feature tricks with money, mind-reading, illusions and more! Free to all members of the local community on a first come first served basis. For tickets either email or call 01483-542400.
Location: Glebelands School
Contact: Enquiries: Community Secretary

10 May 2014 10am - 2pm
Royal Surrey County Hospital - Our first Street Collection Day for the new Appeal
Cranleigh is the first street collection in aid of the new appeal for The Royal Surrey County Hospital. We have always had great support from the local community and hope to meet our friends and supporters on SAT 10th MAY to share news about the new appeal and gather the first donations. It's a BIG Appeal so we are going to need lots of help. We will be delighted to hear from anyone who would like to join our team of volunteers. May be you work for an company who can donate items we can sell? Hold an event at your school? Run a coffee morning or cake sale in aid of the Appeal. Are you a good photographer? Write copy? There are a host of ideas ..... do come to see us on the day or email/phone Sarah at the office.
Location: Cranleigh High Street
Contact: Enquiries: Sarah Welsby

11 May 2014 8am - 12 noon
Cranleigh Lions - Car Boot Sale
Car boot sale in the Village Way car park. Sellers set up from 7.30am, open to buyers from 8am to 12 noon. Refreshments available in the Guide Hall.
Location: Village Way Car Park

15 May 2014 7am - 3.30pm
PD Fairs - Antique Collectors & Craft Fair
Refreshments available, free entry, many stalls, something for everyone.
Location: Village Hall
Contact: Enquiries: Paul McKay

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